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4.52 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 23, 2010 | 9:03 AM EDT
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Fine Art
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600 x 763 px
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Yes, another bloody ninja, as you can see, I can't get enough of those.
BTW, this one is powering up the camouflage.

Reviews


ManBeanManBean

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Damn

This dudes A G. You too CHAOSWONTON you gotta be a G to draw shit this tight. Love the cloak effect man, How'd you do it?


CHAOSWONTON responds:

Well, I use Photoshop to draw the whole thing. I keep the body outline and high light on the top layer and the color on the next. Using a mask tool and a gradient, I can delete the bottom-right part of the color layer. Simple as that.
And thanks, bro. Glad that you enjoyed it so much.


FamiryFamiry

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome concept

I don't know, but I see way to many random spikes and knobs and plates of armor on most concept illustrations of characters like this. This suit or whatever it is actually looks plausible and wearable. Love the way you handled the cloaking too.


CHAOSWONTON responds:

Dude, it is like hearing my words coming out of your mouth! Spikes and shit is a thirteen-year-old's idea of "looking cool". Making up something that is plasuible is the real deal.
Thanks man.


kroganmankroganman

Rated 5 / 5 stars

so great

really awesome what game is it from if its from a game


CHAOSWONTON responds:

Thanks. Glad you like it. I designed that myself.


mega-suprememega-supreme

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow

this is amazing, i wish to become even half as good as you


CHAOSWONTON responds:

Thanks for your appreciation.
And hey, you just need to have the right equipment. Go get a graphics tablet
and a Photoshop. I can't tell you enough how useful the "warp tool" is.